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I love that "gggggggoooooooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaallllllllllllllllllllllll" at the end.

 

 

This was nice too:

 

 

There isn't a whole lot to celebrate in the US so I've been keeping my eye on this and I'm glad England are confounding expectations and getting this far. I don't really follow football/soccer enough to have a vested interest in the teams but a big part of me will always have emotional ties to the UK and it's good they seem to have less of the toxicity that they have had in past years, whether they get any further than this or not.

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^That commentator has some lung power, wow.

 

I have... conflicted feelings about the UK, as my personal and professional lives are so connected to it. So a part of me wanted them to lose. But I do like how diverse their team is now.

 

It was Colombians that got nervous. I felt those misses from a mile away. The key seems to be just pick your spots and really go for it.

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Courtois was the MVP. Wow.

 

Volkswagen might want to update those World Cup ads. Yeah, Brazil, there’s room in the back for one more, but you’ll have to wait until 2022 for your next shot lol.

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2 hours ago, Faulkner said:

Courtois was the MVP. Wow.

 

Volkswagen might want to update those World Cup ads. Yeah, Brazil, there’s room in the back for one more, but you’ll have to wait until 2022 for your next shot lol.

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